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August 09, 1985 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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Friday, August 9, 1985 19

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clear channel of communica-
tion into the White House."
Michael Gale, who held
the liaison position im-
mediately prior to Marshall
Breger, has still another
view of the job, Gale worked
for the American Israel Pub-
lic Affairs Committee
(AIPAC) before taking the
White House job, and now
works as a senior legislative
assistant to Senator Arlen
Specter (R•Pa,),
"My view of it," he said,
"was to try to maximize sup-
port for the President and
the Jewish community, My
basic premise — we were
moving into an election cycle
in 1982-83 — was to fashion
support for the President in
areas where the Jewish
community would back him
and translate that into votes,
"It's strictly a no-win posi-
tion, because the Adminis-
tration looks upon you as
their representative, having
to be the bearer of good and
bad 'news, and the Jewish
community expects you to be
their Voice. And you're not
going to be able to please
both parties one hundred
percent of the time,"
Ed Sanders, another
former AIPAC official (he
was president of the pro-
Israel group and resigned to
work as deputy national
campaign director for Jimmy
Carter in 1978), was senior
advisor to the President and
the Secretary of State on
Middle Eastern affairs, He,
too, feels that the present
setup is restricting,
"I think it's limiting," he
said, "because after a while
if your only portfolio is to
say, 'Gee, I'm dealing with
the Jewish community,'
every time the President sees

you coming, he thinks he's
got a problem with the
Jewish community. That's
not the most constructive
way to get problems solved,"
Moreover, Sanders feels
that the limits placed on the
liaison job — limits which
extend to the other liaison
prositions; blacks, Mipanice ,
women, business, labor,
ethnic groups — have serious
implications in American
political life, They represent,
he said, a tendency toward

fragmentation ,
'One of the things that
bothers me and may have
bothered the Democratic
Party * tee *et election,"
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